January 26th 2017 at 6:00am inHealth was officially opened by EMTs Ron and Chrystal Donahue. The Valparaiso base was the first to open followed by the South Bend location on February 5th, Laporte operation on March 14, and Lake County operation on October 1st. From that point, inHealth now has physical locations in; Highland, Valparaiso, Laporte, and South Bend.
inHealth hosted an open house and company blessing performed by Father Michael Hoffman from St. Paul's Church in Valparaiso Indiana.
The community responded to inHealth with open arms. With this support and the support from the great men and women who joined inHealth, operations expanded and outreach began. Allowing us to connect, not only with our patients and healthcare facilities; but reaching out to the community as a whole.
inHealth has a mutual aid agreement with FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) to assist with disasters around the United States.
To meet the growing need for EMTs in the region, inHealth created their own Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) program. During the course, the students are able to do ride time with the inHealth medics to better understand what a career in EMS entails.
inHealth also does certifications for the local medical communities. EMS, Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Day Cares, and Schools
CPR| AED | First Aid | ACLS | PALS | Bloodborn Pathogens
inHealth Ambulance certifies their team members on CADS upon employment to ensure compliance and comprehensive clinical documentation. The Certified Ambulance Documentation Specialist (CADS) certification is put on by the NAAC that is specifically geared for EMTs, paramedics and other EMS field practitioners. Learn about CADS Certification